NWLT acted quickly to purchase a 40 acre parcel to add to regional framework of conservation in ecologically significant region.
The Beaver Creek Hemlocks Conservation Area in Iron County was inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network (OGFN) on September 9, 2013. OGFN works with the public to identify and ensure […]
The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The Northwoods Land Trust is pleased to […]
Tad and Hannah Pinkerton left their legacy with the donation of approximately 66 acres of land on the southern end of Thunder Lake in Three Lakes in Oneida County. The […]
The Northwoods Land Trust (NWLT) launched its new Climate Conservation Solutions Initiative to raise awareness and support of natural solutions to our changing climate. Land conservation is a tool that […]
The Holmboe Conifer Forest State Natural Area was inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network (OGFN) on October 6, 2022. The 32-acre land trust-owned property, located in the homelands of the Anishinabe people, lies […]
The Noel family donated 31 acres of land to become a quiet recreational haven in Sugar Camp.
The Northwoods Land Trust’s Shoreland Protection Initiative is currently being promoted to shoreland residents in Vilas County and Langlade County. If you are resident in these two counties, and have sizable […]
Meta Reigel Brandt of Waupaca and Sherman, Wisconsin received the 2022 Harold “Bud” Jordahl Lifetime Achievement Award by Gathering Waters: Wisconsin’s Alliance for Land Trusts on June 10, 2022. Charles Carlin, Gathering […]
Discover Wisconsin filmed Land Trust Days events across the state, including our paddling outing at Lake Katherine in Hazelhurst. At the outing, two dozen friends paddled to view the newly protected Yawkey […]